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Scientific ComputingKeeping It Cool

As data centres come under increasing economic and environmental pressures, Beth Harlen explores the impact of the latest cooling solutions Read More...


Edge Sense Tech BlogSC12: Data Center Infrastructure for Exascale

Inside IEEE International Supercomputing, 2012 Read More...


Mission Critical MagazinePurdue Research Heats Up, But The Data Center Gets Cooler

University gets a handle on meeting the demands of HPC facility Read More...


Scientific ComputingCool NERSC Experiment Really Pays Off in Energy Savings

Custom cooling distribution unit built on commodity hardware delivers energy and space savings Read More...


HPCWirePrevent Data Center Overcrowding -
Squeeze More Performance From Your Existing Infrastructure

Overcrowding is one of the biggest issues data center managers face. When tasked with squeezing more servers and racks in the server room, you must also factor in how the additional cooling and power demands will be met. Read More...


HPCWirePrevent Data Center Overcrowding -
Squeeze More Performance From Your Existing Infrastructure
Overcrowding is one of the biggest issues data center managers face. When tasked with squeezing more servers and racks in the server room, you must also factor in how the additional cooling and power demands will be met. Read More...


HPCWireNASA Center for Climate Simulation Doubles Computational Power for Users

This month, the NASA Center for Climate Simulation (NCCS) made available to users the newest unit of its "Discover" supercomputer. The 14,400-processor Dell PowerEdge C6100 server doubles Discover's computational power to more than 320 trillion floating-point operations per second (teraflops) peak. Read More...


VoltaireVoltaire - NERSC Creates an Ultra-Efficient Supercomputer

The National Energy Research Scientific Computing Center (NERSC) is the flagship high-performance scientific computing facility for research sponsored by the U.S. Department of Energy Office of Science. Read More...


TMC NetTechZone360 TMCnet.com - Interview with Coolcentric #2 - Dave Roden, Director, Technical Sales, Coolcentric

Dave Roden, Director of Technical Sales, explains how Coolcentric's LiquiCool products save energy and increase efficiency in data centers. Read More...


HPCWirePurdue Computing Resources Rank Near Top Nationally

In modern science and engineering, as in college football, sometimes the bigger your lineup, the more you win. Winning in research -- making discoveries -- requires massive amounts of computing capacity. In this area, Purdue has one of the best front lines in the nation. Read More...


YouTube

YouTube: World's Greenest Data Center?

Syracuse University, IBM, New York State launch one of the worlds greenest data centers—a showcase of energy efficient design and function. It is anticipated to use about 50 percent less energy than a typical data center in operation today. A typical data center uses up to 30 times more energy than a typical office building, and that energy use is doubling every five years. Improving data center energy efficiency offers significant energy cost savings and environmental benefits to organizations and businesses. Read More...



PIER

Demonstration of Rack-Mounted Computer Equipment Cooling Solutions


Eleven cooling systems, for rack mounted computer equipment were evaluated and compared for their cooling effectiveness and their energy. The cooling systems were of various designs but all are, what is termed, close coupled or enclosed, and they all ultimately transferred heat to the building chilled water system. The types of cooling systems tested were: rack cooler with air to water heat exchanger, row type rack cooler with air to refrigerant or air to water heat exchanger, rack rear door passive cooler with air to refrigerant or air to water heat exchanger, a prototype direct touch cooling system using refrigerant and a design consisting of a container type enclosure cooled with chilled water. Read More...


YouTube

YouTube: Data Center Pulse Episode 20 - Chill Off 2: Vette


In this episode, Brian Day interviews Ken Schneebeli from IBM. Ken details the Vette passive cooling door solution that is under test in the Chill Off 2. Vette participated in the first chill off with impressive results. Ken details how the newly improved door will perform in this test. Read More...




Mission Critical

Check out the 2011 Game Changers in Mission Critical this month

Most people usually make most of their predications for next year at year's end. This year, however, there are so many game changers this year I wanted to make my forecasts early in time to be incorporated into our plans and projects scheduled for 2011. Read More...


Light Reading

Coolcentric's New LiquiCool Rear Door Heat Exchanger Efficiently Cools Tall and Wide High-Density Racks

Coolcentric®, a division of Vette Corp®, today announced the addition of two new models to its LiquiCool® rear door heat exchanger (RDHx) product line, the 47U tall RDHx and wide versions of the 42U and 47U RDHx. These new models allow users to deploy passive, liquid cooling RDHx solutions on a broader range of enclosures that are being used in the consolidation and scale-out of today's sustainable data centers. Read More...


Info Tech Spotlight

Coolcentric's New LiquiCool Rear Door Heat Exchanger Efficiently Cools Tall and Wide High-Density Racks

Coolcentric®, a division of Vette Corp®, today announced the addition of two new models to its LiquiCool® rear door heat exchanger (RDHx) product line, the 47U tall RDHx and wide versions of the 42U and 47U RDHx. These new models allow users to deploy passive, liquid cooling RDHx solutions on a broader range of enclosures that are being used in the consolidation and scale-out of today's sustainable data centers. Read More...


News Blaze

Coolcentric's New LiquiCool Rear Door Heat Exchanger Efficiently Cools Tall and Wide High-Density Racks

Coolcentric, a division of Vette Corp, today announced the addition of two new models to its LiquiCool rear door heat exchanger (RDHx) product line, the 47U tall RDHx and wide versions of the 42U and 47U RDHx. These new models allow users to deploy passive, liquid cooling RDHx solutions on a broader range of enclosures that are being used in the consolidation and scale-out of today's sustainable data centers. Read More...


Earth Times

Coolcentric's New LiquiCool Rear Door Heat Exchanger Efficiently Cools Tall and Wide High-Density Racks

Coolcentric®, a division of Vette Corp®, today announced the addition of two new models to its LiquiCool® rear door heat exchanger (RDHx) product line, the 47U tall RDHx and wide versions of the 42U and 47U RDHx. These new models allow users to deploy passive, liquid cooling RDHx solutions on a broader range of enclosures that are being used in the consolidation and scale-out of today’s sustainable data centers. Read More...


Wb Journal

Keeping It Cool In Marlborough

For John Menoche, a global services director at Coolcentric in Marlborough, seeing is believing. It's one thing for his company to tell potential clients about the cooling systems for data centers the company makes. But it's a whole different story if he can show off the product in real life. That's why over the past few months the company has built a new demonstration and testing room at its Marlborough headquarters. Read More...


India PR Wire

APW President introduces 'Proof of Concept Lab' at Bangalore for Coolcentric's LiquiCool Data Center Solutions

APW President Systems (President), has introduced a Proof of Concept (POC) Lab at Bangalore for running live demonstrations of Coolcentric's LiquiCool data center solutions. The US-based Coolcentric (a division of Vette Corp), is a leading global provider of thermal management solutions. Last October, APW President - the pioneer in enclosure systems (which play a vital role in data centers in the telecom, IT/ITES and electronics infrastructure segments) - had announced a partnership with Vette Corp. to distribute a range of advanced thermal management solutions in India. Read More...


treehugger

Coolcentric Dramatically Reduces Soaring Data Center Cooling Costs by 60 Percent

By installing seven Coolcentric Rear Door Heat Exchangers, DataSite Orlando's client reduced its data center footprint by 80 percent, from 3,000 to 600 square feet. "Coolcentric's efficient data center liquid cooling solutions provide a tremendous cost savings to our clients, protecting their critical IT infrastructure while reducing cooling energy consumption and carbon footprint — a win for everyone" said Rob Wilson, Director of Sales and Marketing, DataSite Orlando. Read more...


TMC Net

Coolcentric Dramatically Reduces Soaring Data Center Cooling Costs by 60 Percent

Coolcentric, a new division of Vette Corp , announces that its award-winning LiquiCool systems have been proven to significantly reduce energy consumption by cooling units by up to 90 percent and to lower total data center cooling costs by as much as 60 percent. Read more...


CXO Today: IT Perspective for Decision Makers

APW President's POC Lab for Coolcentric's DC Soln

APW President Systems, has introduced a Proof of Concept (POC) Lab at Bangalore for running live demonstrations of Coolcentric's LiquiCool data center solutions. The US-based Coolcentric, a division of Vette Corp, is a global provider of thermal management solutions. Read more...


Power Smart Forum

2009 Power Smart Forum Cites Optimized Liquid Cooling as Saving $8 Million Per Year

Calculations of data center energy savings which place Liquid Cooling third in overall cooling effectiveness. Read more...


Mission Critical: Cooling Solution from Coolcentric

Cooling Solution from Coolcentric

Coolcentric, a new division of Vette Corp., announced that its LiquiCool systems have been proven to significantly reduce energy consumption by cooling units by up to 90 percent and to lower total data center cooling costs by as much as 60 percent. Read more...


Data Center Knowledge: Vette Corp. Unveils Coolcentric Unit

Vette Corp. Unveils Coolcentric Unit

Vette Corp. believes its time for liquid cooling to have a higher profile. Today it is launching Coolcentric, a new division of Vette to market its LiquiCool systems, which cools servers using a water-cooled heat exchanger in the rear door of the cabinet. Read more...


The Data Center Journal: Green Field Data Center Design - Water Cooling for Maximum Efficiency

Green Field Data Center Design - Water Cooling for Maximum Efficiency

By Shlomo Novotny

With infrastructure costs now exceeding the costs of the IT equipment itself, management must focus on gaining significant efficiencies in the data centers. With cooling being a major portion of data center infrastructure costs, sizable efficiencies can be found by rethinking how data centers are cooled. This article discusses the benefits of liquid cooling versus air cooling for reducing energy consumption and costs in data centers. Read more...